A heavy cropper which resists aphid attack and is therefore less likely to suffer from viruses. Not for wet soil though.
A dwarf thornless raspberry bush that grows to just 1m in height but can produce up to 1.5kg of fruit. Ideal for growing in containers.
Large fruits of superior dessert quality. Very productive, hardy and vigorous. Early fruit.
Every-bearing variety cropping in summer and fall, but primarily in the summer. Large, sweet berries.
Take a twist on the classic Victoria sponge cake with a marbled effect using dollops of raspberry jam.
Don’t be timid when serving up this beauty – plunging in with a knife to slice is the easiest way.
Some knowledge of the different raspberry varieties and cultivars can aid gardeners and farmers in growing raspberries successfully. And our great variety of recipes surely has what you are looking for!Angelica Bryant, Gardening Expert